Taproot Theatre’s 30th anniversary season continues with a presentation of John Olive’s tender romantic comedy “Voice of the Prairie,” continuing its run through April 22.
Unlikely radio celebrity David Quinn captures the heart of the Midwest with his tales of young love and adventure with a blind girl named Frankie. Will the magic of the airwaves re-kindle lost love? Set in the early days of radio, the play is a theatrical journey to a place where anything and everything is possible.
Scott Nolte directs a cast of Taproot favorites: Jeff Berryman, Timothy Hornor and Marianne Savell playing over a dozen characters.
Tickets for “The Voice of the Prairie” are $23 to $30, available by calling 206-781-9707. Taproot Theatre is located at 204 N. 85th Street in Seattle.